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How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

Posted by phylhl (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 6, 12 at 12:12

The pencil strip can go either way - fat part on bottom (left) or fat part on top (right).

I have 30 min to let them know - thoughts appreciated!


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

Here's a picture from farther away.


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

I would choose fat part on top - looks better to me and straight surface seems easier to keep clean.


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

Yes, that's what i've decided to do. thanks!


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

No!!

The fat part on top is completely incorrect!!!

The correct way is to install it with the skinny side down.

; )


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

LOL. Smart arse, just about made me panic :-)
Not as much panic as my friend who's having an election returns viewing party tonight who's caterer is late and cable just went out!


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

No worries, just tell your friend that Gary Johnson won.

Yep. I'm having that kind of a day...lol


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

what size tile is this? I was thinking of something similar but horizontal.


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RE: How would you top this 1/2 wall of tile?

It's 4x10. We wanted it horizontal but it was a little bowed, so we opted to turn it the other way. I'll post pix soon with it grouted. I really like how it turned out but for an italian tile, I was surprised it was bowed. The tile guys said it was quite common.


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